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Staff members, students and alumni from CityU and its friends and partners converged at the InterContinental Hong Kong on 29 April to bid farewell to Professor H K Chang, the outgoing President.
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CityU athletes shine again in this year's inter-collegiate sports competitions and win 19 awards, including nine championships.
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The Council of City University of Hong Kong has appointed Professor Richard Ho Yan-ki as Acting President of the University with effect from 1 May, 2007.
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The CityU Joint Choir, Chinese Orchestra and Philharmonic Orchestra co-organized their first-ever joint performance entitled "Cultural Journey Revisited Joint Concert", sending the audience to an exciting cross-cultural musical journey.
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Over 1,300 secondary school students from Hong Kong and Macau competed in the “Inter-secondary School Straw Airplane Competition” on 22 April organized by CityU.
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The innovative technology of CityU researchers has just earned two gold medals at the 35th International Exhibition of Inventions, New Techniques and Products held in Geneva of Switzerland from 18-22 April.
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Professor Cheng Siwei, Vice-Chairman of the National People's Congress Standing Committee, visited CityU on 20 April with a delegation from six mainland universities. The purpose was to establish relationships with CityU.
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CityU holds the First PhD Student Workshop in Suzhou, providing an academic exchange platform for research students from Hong Kong and the mainland.
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Academics from CityU have been honoured in the Fulbright Hong Kong Senior Scholar Awards this year, winning two out of the three honours bestowed on promising academics in arts, humanities and social sciences in Hong Kong.
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Professor H K Chang, President of CityU, believes that only by promoting Hong Kong as a regional education hub can Hong Kong sustain its future development in a globalized world.

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